The last known airstrike conducted before U.S. troops left Afghanistan did not kill its intended ISIS target. The drone killed 10 civilians — including 7 children — leading to growing questions over how the U.S. military prevents and reports civilian casualties. The Pentagon said Monday it will change procedures, but would not discipline any troops for the strike in Kabul. Nick Schifrin explains.
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